Wicked Weather Watch

Let's Celebrate Climate Action!

The Schools Climate Action Programme will support 4,200 pupils and their teachers in 15 schools to take climate action across 4 terms. Let's Celebrate Climate Action! will be the finale event, bringing all 15 schools together to share learning, celebrate achievements and pledge ongoing actions.

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Donations open 12:00 PM, 30 November 2021 to 12:00 PM, 7 December 2021

Registered Charity in England and Wales (1133006)

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Campaign target




Championed by The Reed Foundation


  • Education/Training/EmploymentEducation/Training/Employment
  • Environment/ConservationEnvironment/Conservation


  • Children (3-18)Children (3-18)


United Kingdom


Eco-anxiety is a top three concern for children (Newsround 2020). Fun, skills-oriented learning is critical for young people to engage with nature and lead more sustainable lives. Two thirds of teachers want more climate change information (YouGov 2019) yet they often lack the time, confidence and resources. WWW’s research shows that while many schools have declared a climate emergency they don’t know where to start to become more sustainable.


Let's Celebrate Climate Action is the final event in a larger schools climate action programme, working with 15 schools over 4 terms, providing a series of teacher training sessions, teacher and pupil events, whole-school talks with experts. This finale event will reduce eco-anxiety through pupils sharing positive achievements to tackle climate change and provide an exchange of ideas for further action. Teachers will also share information and resources, leaving the event with more confidence.

  • 'The class loved the Arctic climate change talk and variety of sessions at the event – a brilliant mix of information, questions and photos.’

    — Teacher, St John's Primary School, Cheltenham

  • ‘Inspirational; good insights; action and awareness; pro-active; small steps = long leaps.’

    — Teacher, Clifton High School, Bristol

  • 'This [multi-school event] was an amazing experience. I loved dancing and changing a word to an action.'

    — Pupil, Stone with Woodford Primary, event attendee